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1861 Belfast / Ulster Street Directory

1805 - 1806 - 1807 - 1808 - 1819 - 1843 - 1852 - 1861 - 1877 - 1880 - 1901 - 1907 - 1908 - 1910 - 1918   street directories
1913 Tel. directory     1824 Pigots (Belfast)  &  (Bangor)    1894 Waterford Directory     1898 Newry Directory

 

STREETS - ALPHABETICALLY

( I  & J )

( A ) ( B ) ( C ) ( D ) ( E ) ( F ) ( G ) ( H ) ( I & J ) ( K ) ( L ) ( M ) ( N ) ( O ) ( P ) ( Q ) ( R ) ( S ) ( T ) ( U ) ( V ) ( W ) ( Y )

 

IMPROVEMENT PLACE
Lancaster Street

two small houses

INSTITUTION PLACE
off Lettuce Hill

   2  Mrs. Cochrane.
   4  Patrick McRichard, mechanic.
   6  John Boles, tailor.
   5  Thomas Pursley, car driver.
 10  John Nibloc ( Niblock) labourer.
 12  Lawrence Connolly, compositor.
 14  James Fee.
 16  Mrs. Hill.
 18  James Hutchinson, porter.
 20  Thomas Palmer, saddler.
 15  Richard McCorry, spirit dealer.
 46  Hugh McLorinan, builder &c/
                          thirty small houses

INKERMANN TERRACE
Old Lisburn Road, opposite Pakenham Place

 67  Geo. McBride, muslin manufacturer, St. Anne's Buildings.
 69  Wm. Patterson, hardware merchant.
 71  Theodore Frean, American Consul.
 73  Mrs. Wiggins.
 75  Mrs. McKinstry.
 77  John McAlindin, pork merchant.
 79  John Agar, sales man.
 81  Misses Colhoun's School.
 83  Wm. Stevenson, engineer.

INNIS PLACE
Blackstaff Road

six small houses

IRELAND'S COURT
off Raphael Street

four small houses

IRWIN STREET
off Cullintree Street

fifty houses, there houses are principally let in apartments, and are for the most part, occupied by the workers of the adjacent mills.

ISABELLA STREET
off 21 Little George's Street

thirteen small houses

ISRAEL STREET
Upper Peter's Hill

   1  VACANT
   3  Robert Nelson, tanner.
   5  Wm. Diamond, traveller.
   7  Wm. Muirs, linen lapper.
   9  Wm. Dalzell, carpenter.
 11  George Campbell, labourer.
 13  John Rodgers, porter.
           four houses unfinished
 58  Mary Long.
 60  Wm. Ward, contractor for the works.
 62  R. Lappin, carpenter.
 64  Wm. Hamilton, shop, 4&6 Hercules Street.
  "    Yard.
 70  Thos. McMahon, moulder.
 72  Alex. Thompson, carpenter.
 74  Alex. Kelso, traveller.
   8  Isaac Griffith's hay yard.
   6  James Ingram, iron turner.
   4  Mrs. Powell, grocer and spirit dealer

JACOBSON'S COURT
off Mill Street

nine small houses

JAMES'S COURT
off Carrick Hill

nine small houses

JAMES'S PLACE
Nelson Street

four small houses

JAMES'S SQUARE
off Henry Lane

eight small houses

JAMES'S STREET SOUTH
off Howard Street

   1  Quin Beck, hardware merchant, of Meharg & Beck, Castle
       Street.
   3  P. Nicholl, in Geo. McTear & Co.'s.
   5  Mrs. Gray, lodgings.
   7  VACANT
   9  McAdam & Moore, linen merchants
  ~  Samuel Hodgkinson & Co., cotton manufacturers & agents;
       Henry Hodgkinson's residence,2 Oldpark Terrace.
  ~  A. Hodgkinson & Co., bleachers, Glenville bleach works;
       residence, Willowbank.
  ~  A. T. Stewart & Co., linen merchants; H. Murray, manager;
       residence, 77 Balmoral Terrace.
  ~  Major Brothers, sewed muslin manufacturers.
 10  J. Gibson, muslin manufacturer.
8&6  VACANT
   4  J. Farquharson, officer of excise.
   2  Mrs. Fetherston.

JOHNNY'S ENTRY
Talbot Street

ten small houses

JOHNSTON'S BUILDINGS
Shankill Road, left side

 76  Jas. McComb, butter merchant.
 74  Robert Campbell, bookkeeper.
 72  Wm. Saulter, pattern maker.
 70  Robt. McMillen, bookkeeper.
 60  James Nelson, bookkeeper.
 66  Charles Lang, first clerk in Inland Revenue Office.
 64  Hugh Patrick, gentleman.
 62  Alexander Strane, bookkeeper.
 60  Reuben Fisher, bookkeeper, Belfast Foundry.
 58  Mrs. McNaught.
 56  Jas. Hamilton, attorney; 27 Upper Dominick Street, Dublin.
 54  W. P. Thomas, clerk in News Letter Office.
 52  P. Magennis; shop, North Street.

JOHNSTON'S COURT
off Great Edward Street

1,2,6,7&8  Butter and salt store; Jas. Frazer, proprietor; residence
      Ballydollaghan.
 10  Patrick Quinn, carpenter.
             two small houses.

JOHNSTON'S COURT
off Millfield

thirteen small houses

JOHN STREET
Donegall Street to North Street

1,3&5  The Working Classes' Refreshment and Reading rooms,
       Miss Stafford, manager.
   7  Wm. McIlrea, calico printer.
   9  Edward McErlean, painter and glazier.
 11  Hamilton Irwin, haberdasher.
 13  Mary O'Neill, lodging house.
 15  Yard.
 17  Thos. Gribbin, painter, glazier and confectioner.
 19  Hugh McCourtney, stationer.
 21  William Stewart, green grocer.
 23  Wm. McKenna, spirit dealer.
 25  Edward Fagan, spirit dealer.
 27  Joseph Croft, chandler.

29&31  VACANT
 33  Edward Bloomfield, tinsmith.
35&37  Henry Freel, grocer &c.
 39  J. Fitzpatrick, huckster.
 41  John McCune, store keeper.
 43  Miss Boucher, milliner.
 45  R. Campbell 7 Co., weaving agents.
  "    Alexander Riddell, reed maker.
  "    Henry Cowan * Co., sewed muslin manufacturers.
  "    Charles Tennant 7 Co., of St. Rollox, Glasgow, manufactu-
       ring chemists and general merchants.
  "    J. Allister, weaving agent.                                               cont.  ^ >

            JOHN STREET    continued

47&49  John McAughtry.
 53  Samuel Pollock, whip maker.
55&57  Edward McVeigh, butcher.
 59  James Woods, grocer.
 61  James Murphy, lodgings.
 63  Wm. Matthews, hair dresser.
 65  Edward O'Kane, spirit dealer.
 73  Wm. McMahon, butcher.
 74  M. Blackburn's hall door.
 72  Arthur Murphy, spirit dealer.
 70  James Porter, day constable.
 68  Charles McAnespie, stokerer.
 66  Hugh Farrell, lodging and eating house.
 64  James Simms, boarding house.
 62  D. McManus, boarding house.
 60  J. Bigger, provision merchant.
 58  Patrick Douris, labourer.
 56  Miss McMillen, milliner and dress maker.
 54  John McAlery, labourer and eating house keeper.
 50  P. Faloon, spirit dealer and victualling house.
48&46  P. Donovan, spirit dealer.
44&42  James McBlain, leather and hide merchant.
40&38  Wm. Fleming, grocer.
 36  Jas. Davey, huckster and eating house keeper.
 34  James McAlister, lodgings.
 32  Wm. John McConnell, butcher.
 30  D. Black, pipe manufacturer.
 28  John McParlan, grocer and spirit dealer.
 36  John Campbell, soap and candle manufacturer.
22&24  James Stewart, painter and grocer.
 20  Mrs. Magee, grocer.
 18  John Dyer, grocer and provision dealer.
12&10  H. Dunn. leather cutter.
   8  H. Pyper, grocer and provision dealer.
4&2  Alexander Herald, grocer and spirit dealer.

JOY'S COURT
Joy's Entry

 14  VACANT
 12  John Magee's stores.
   3  VACANT
         several old stores vacant

JOY'S ENTRY
off High Street

   1  James Andrew Cumine, philosophical instrument maker &
       photographic artist.
   3  Thomas Miskelly, porter.
   7  John Murray, weaver.
   9  Joy's Entry National School; Miss Taylor, school mistress.
 11  Flora McCall, oyster house.
 13  Pat McCluskey, alabaster figure maker.
 21  Patrick McCourt, oyster house.
 27  Mrs. Watters, dealer.
 32  James Black, spirit dealer.
 22  John Quinn, labourer.
 20  Thomas Ferguson, tailor.
 18  Thomas Keane, oyster house.
 16  Mr. Patterson's hardware stores.
   2  side entrance to Wheeler & Whittaker's.
       a number of small houses

JOY STREET

1  Lethem, Blythe & Lethem, muslin manufacturers.
    3  Miss Boyd, milliner.
    5  Miss Bradley, dress maker.
    7  Mrs. McClelland, milliner.
    9  S. Hill, druggist, Church Lane.
  21  John Smith, civil engineer &c.
  23  Mrs. Connor.
  25  Wm. Cowan, wine and spirit merchant, Upper Church Lane
  27  VACANT
  29  Joseph Orr, 5 Castle Place.
  31  Henry Mayo, watch maker.
  33  Charles Ross, in Day & Bottomley's, Calender Street.
  35  D. Byrne; office, 6 Rosemary Street.
  37  Thomas Alderdice, clerk.
  39  Mrs. Hall.
  41  Mrs. Sloan, boarding house.
  43  F. Hartmann, piano-forte tuner.
  45  Mrs. Brown.
  47  Robt. Stirling, bell hanger.
  49  Mrs. Savage.
  51  James Smith, dealer.
  53  Thos. McAlpin, cabinet maker.
  55  Mary Maguire, lodging house.
  57  Mrs. Reid.
  59  Nicholas Virgin, foreman News Letter office.
  61  Miss Stevenson, dress maker.
  63  Thomas J. Flinn, waiter, Commercial Hotel.
  65  Mrs. Magee, boarding house.
  67  T. Roach, waiter, Imperial Hotel.
  69  James Bradley; shop, Winecellar Entry.
  71  Mrs. Campbell.
  73  Robert Taylor, carpenter.
  75  Jas. Liddy, Clonard Print Works.
  77  Wm. Strain, watch man.
  79  George Moorhead, clerk.
  81  Daniel Wall, feather purifier.
  83  Adam Greer, clerk.
  85  Mrs. Murphy, boarding house.
  87  Alex. Chambers, builder.
  89  Mrs. McClune.
  91  John Dane, pensioner.
  93  Miss Dunlop, milliner.
  95  Mrs. Hamilton, boarding house.
  97  Mrs. Wilson.
  99  James Purdon, bookkeeper.
101  Thomas Ward, manager for Messrs. Riddel, Donegall Place.
103  Julius Frazer, salesman in Messrs. Lindsay Brothers.
105  Alex. Morrison, Custom's Officer.
107  Richard Gainsford, clerk.
109  James Hamilton, collector.
111  Wm. Robinson, mechanic.
118  Charles Rainey, teacher.
116  James Allen, salesman.
114  Wm. Aldritt, brass founder.
112  Henry McCashin, traveller.
110  Miss Smith.
102  Mrs. Dinnen.
100  Edwd. Manning, writing clerk.
  98  George Mansfield, buyer in J. Lindsay & Co.'s, Ulster Arcade
  96  Mary Gaffikin.
  94  John Collins, clerk.
  92  Hugh Doherty, grocer.
  88  T. McClure, printer, 40 Ann Street.
  86  H. McBride, foreman printer.
  84  John Brock, compositor.
  82  A. McDonald; wire works and gate manufactory, May St.
  80  A. P. Gilmore, bookkeeper.
  78  Wm. Wilson, labourer.
  76  Mrs. Bruce, boarding house.
  74  Mrs. Pendry.
  72  L. Crymble, piano-forte tuner.
  70  Charles McManus, traveller.
  68  A. Gaffikin, inspector of provisions.
  66  Edward Lennon.
  64  Mrs. Taylor.
  62  Alex. McCracken.
  60  Jas. Sullivan, law clerk.
  58  Mrs. Croft, dress maker.
  56  Thomas Byrne, coach man.
  54  Miss Robinson, milliner and dress maker.
  52  Alex. Moore, brass founder.
  50  Thomas Johnston, brick layer.
        {  Henrietta Street intersects  }
  48  George Rainey, car owner.
  44 Francis Magennis.
  42  Robert Colclough, jeweller.
  40  Mrs. Russell, milliner.
  38  James Barkley, linen lapper.
     {  Russell Street intersects  }
36&34  John McDowell, grocer.
  32  Mrs. Tannyhill, boarding house.
  30  VACANT
  28  Mrs. Waugh.
    {  Hamilton Street intersects  }
  26  J. Dornan, professor of music.
  34 ( 24)  Mary Porter.
  22  John Smyth, coach maker, Chichester Street.
  20  Wm. Williamson.
  18  Misses Green.
  16  Mrs. Barry.
  14  J. Thompson Abbot, at Messrs. W. & H. Sharman Crawford's
       Victoria Chambers.
   {  Little May Street intersects  }
  12  Robert E. Hunter, reporter.
  10  Mrs. Gamble.
    8  Yard.
    6  Robt. Beggs.
    4  Mrs. Crothers.
    2  Bernard Quinn, reporter.

JUDE STREET
off Irwin Street

five small houses

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